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Wall Street opened higher when banks and houses raised mood; Down to 175 points according to Investing.com

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By Geoffrey Smith

Investment.com – The US stock market opened mostly higher on Friday, as strong earnings from banks on Main Street and a strong recovery in housing starting in March maintained the mood. positive generated by retail sales and unemployment claims data on Thursday.

Until 9:45 AM ET (1345 GMT). The price pushed up a new record high of 34,213 points, up 177 points, or 0.5% from Thursday’s close. The gain of 0.2% but fell 0.2% as strong economic data once again encouraged the inflow of money into stocks with cycles and value.

Earlier, the Census Bureau reported that it rose to its highest level in nearly 15 years in March, recovering 19% from February due to inclement weather. Building permits were also surprising, rising to 1,766 million, just below their January highs.

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